Lane End Conference Centre was established in 1969 as the Wycombe Centre for Management Studies. It was one of the UK's first purpose built conference centres and it hosted conferences for some of the world's leading blue chip companies. Since then the venue continued to grow and it developed into a well known and trusted venue for both local business as well as national and international organisations. Read more about our history in this colourful infographic.
Lane End Conference Centre, Buckinghamshire hosted Oxford Academic Health Science Network’s (Oxford AHSN) launch event on Diabetes at the end of February.
The one-day networking event brought together medical researchers, clinicians and NHS Managers from Oxfordshire and surrounding counties, with the main purpose of improving care for people living with diabetes.
Paying employees a handsome salary or taking them down to the pub at the end of the month is one thing, but if you really want to motivate and inspire your workers, you should think about asking them to participate in team building events. Here are some of the many benefits of doing so.
Lane End Conference Centre celebrates its 45th anniversary this year. To kick start celebrations it has launched a new loyalty scheme to reward advocates of the popular Buckinghamshire training venue.
Founded in 1969, Lane End Conference Centre was one of the first purpose-built, dedicated conference and training centres in the UK.
Fast forward 45 years and Lane End continues to fulfil a unique role in the marketplace, offering outstanding residential conference facilities and experiential learning to companies worldwide.
Lane End Conference Centre has unveiled plans to build a brand new sports and leisure centre at its 26-acre site in Buckinghamshire.
Work will begin on the new double-storey building at the international conference centre in early 2014.